For the hunters out there, we can all relate! Youth Gun season in Ohio opens tomorrow, be sure to take a kid hunting!
November 16th, 2018
It seems winter weather has made it's way into the Midwest. Ice and snow cancelled a lot of schools in Ohio yesterday and certainly put a halt to any harvest or fall tillage plans for a few days. In most areas harvest is winding down and coming to a close but there is a lot of manure, fertilizer, and fall tillage to be done. We are starting to get into planter season where we inspect, retro fit and add products to planters to increase their versatility and performance. If there is anything you would like to know about, (closing wheels, planter fertilizer, row cleaners, etc) be sure to give us a call. Have a great Weekend!
Tactics for Banding Dry Fertilizer
Banding dry fertilizer is one of those things sort of like cover crops. When you first heard about it you thought to yourself, is this just a fad or is this for real? Well much like cover crops it is for real and is gaining some momentum, here is why. For years the efficiency of spreading dry fertilizer on top has attracted guys to doing so but it comes with a cost, the loss and inaccuracy of the fertilizer placement. Today we look to band, strip, zone apply dry fertilizer to gain efficiency and lose less. There are several ways to band dry fertilizer, strip till units, single coulter Yetter Magnum Units, Yetter Strip Freshener units and several more in the spring or fall. Using an air delivery of some sort is required and some type of unit to place the fertilizer in a sub surface fashion. One of the reasons to run to this type fertilizer is the fact that it does not run off, go away, or move much with water. It is a fairly inexpensive form of fertilizer and does not move in short periods of time. Also blending of multiple products can be done to create the perfect recipe for your farm ground, which is hard to do with liquid or NH3. Attached are pictures and videos of tools we have set up for dry fertilizer placement. Feel free to contact us for your fertilizer placement needs,
Cassie's Country Cupboard Weekly Recipe:
Scrambled Eggs For a Crowd
This simple recipe for Sheet Pan Eggs is great for anyone hosting a Thanksgiving brunch or just plans to have some overnight guests over the holidays. You can also add any number of veggies to the eggs before baking if your household is a bit more adventurous. Happy Thanksgiving from Cassie's Country Cupboard!
Sheet Pan Eggs
12 large eggs
1 pound cooked breakfast meat, chopped/crumbled (bacon, sausage, ham)
Salt & pepper to taste
Shredded cheese
  1. Preheat your oven to 300 degrees F.
  2.  Using a paper towel or silicon brush, lightly grease a half sheet pan (18x13) with canola oil or melted butter.
  3. Whisk eggs with salt and pepper until smooth and frothy. Pour egg onto sheet pan.
  4. Sprinkle cooked meat over the eggs.
  5. Bake eggs for 15 minutes or until set.
  6. Remove from oven and sprinkle with desired cheese. Cut into 12 squares to serve.

What Are We Up To? Assemblies & Installs
This week we have been busy on the road visiting customers to talk about equipment. In the shop we have been working on a prototype Cover Crop inter seeder toolbar that will be the first of its kind!
Salford Tillage- Try the new 5" spacing tillage tools this spring to create seedbeds and warm the soil. The Salford 1200 and the 550 Field Cultivator a great seedbed prep tool.
360 Yield Center- The most exciting of the Spring Products is the Yield 360 Bandit. Banding 2x2x2 fertilizer on each side of the row.
Yetter- Yetter Poly Spikes are making waves in the planter world today and I am a firm believer that they payoff big time. Get yours today to maximize emergence.
Martin Till- Martin is bringing a new parallel linkage row cleaner to the market and we have had great luck with it last year! Call today to get yours.
Just In: Enduraplas Spraying & Refueling
Just in! We just received (3) Enduraplas Sprayers, (1) 75 Gallon Diesel Tank, (1) DEF tank for stock! We also have poly and stainless steel booms in stock to fit your spraying needs Call 419-953-8500 to price and order yours today!
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